1979 escort wagon

The Escort range was cut down to just "Flight" and "Finesse" editions, and sold for a further two years in parallel with the Focus.
It also competed with the Vauxhall Viva, and from early 1970 the Rootes Group's Hillman Avenger.
It was the first drop-top car produced by Ford Europe since the Corsair of the 1960s.
Because of its affordable price, unique styling in the 80s, versatility, and fun-to-drive nature, it attracted many young buyers.A cosmetic update was given in 1978 (note that Australia received differing updates - see below with L models gaining the square headlights (previously exclusive to the GL and Ghia variants) and there was an upgrade in interior and exterior specification for some models.The plant was transferred to Jaguar that year for the new X-Type saloon, and following the later merger with Land Rover and the sale of the plant to Tata, Ford now only has a small presence at Halewood - retaining the transmission works at the.Diesel engines on small family cars were rare, and the Escort was no exception, initially featuring only petrol engines.1 L, and.3 L versions.4, it replaced the successful, long-running, anglia.36 Latin America edit The Escort entered production in Brazil in July 1983.At this time, the Escort was dropped in South Africa and replaced by the Laser and Meteor.



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Second generation (19741981) edit The squarer-styled Mark II 3 version appeared in January 1975.
A total of 2,400 Australian RS2000 cars were made.
Both sizes were also available in alcohol-fuelled versions with marginally more power.More than 10 years since production ceased, the Ford Escort is still popular among car enthusiasts.Used Ford Fiesta 116 Great Deals out of 16,232 listings starting at 2,950."News from Germany: New German Fords".The two entry level engines were revised the.3 L received the latest version of the Kent/Valencia family the Endura-E from the recently launched Mk IV Fiesta and Ka, whilst art escort отзывы the.4L CVH was replaced by the updated CVH-PTE unit.The interior of the car was hugely revised too following heavy criticism of the original 1990 car which featured low quality plastics for its interior mouldings - the car now featured an all new dashboard arrangement of competitive quality.The South African Escorts differ only slightly from European ones, as a result of local parts content regulations.The Escort was now available with items such as power steering, electric windows, central locking, electronic antilock brakes, and air conditioning.Carried over from the previous range was the 3-speed automatic which was ultimately replaced late in the production run with a variant of the CTX stepless gearbox as first used in the Fiesta a couple of years earlier.The.6 L (1598 cc/97 CID) engine in the 1975.6 Ghia produced 84 hp (63 kW) with 125 Nm (92 ftlbf) torque and weighed 955 kg (2105 lb).



All models except for base and L were fitted with a check-light system for low fuel, low oil, low coolant, low screenwash, and worn out brake pads.
A Mark II rally car at a stage rally time control, displaying the extended wheel arches Ford Escort RS1800 driven at the Race Retro 2008 by Alan Watkins Ford Escort RS1800 with open bonnet Mark II Ford Escort RS2000 taking part in a road rally.
While offered in many model forms, the Escort, like the Cortina, was not popular on the Australian market, largely due to expanding competition from Japanese imports and the established preference of Australian drivers for larger six-cylinder vehicles.

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